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    • Andrus files on wilderness management

    • Environmental policy; Legislation; National parks & reserves; Conservation of natural resources; Mining; Lumber;
    • PUBLIC LAW 96-312-JULY 23, 1980. CRS Report for Congress: Special Management Areas In The National Forest System. Wilderness Newsletters. House Joint Resolution 163, copies of various wilderness bills and national clippings related to proposals...
    • Comprehensive Management Plan (CMP)

    • Correspondence; National parks & reserves; Environmental policy; Recreation; Fires; Lumber; Grazing; Salmon; Conservation of natural resources;
    • Letters regarding input on Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) relating to commercial activities within the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness; also mentions the Sawtooth National Forest and Hell's Canyon
    • Lost Valley Tepee

    • Tipis; Indigenous peoples;
    • Spokane Scientist Elsie Hanft (left) kneels in front of a white tepee while a Native American woman and a young girl sit around it, photograph taken during an expedition to Lost Valley, near Craters of the Moon.
    • Welcome to Boise

    • Government officials; Government facilities; Government employees; Demography;
    • Special issue of Boise Business. A commemorative booklet on the city of Boise, including descriptions of all city level departments.
    • Nell Shipman's company

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Playter, Dick; Greenfield, Marge; Newhard, Robert, 1884-1945; Walker, Joseph B.; Maupin, Cliff; Daggy, Duke; Van Tuyle, Bert, 1878-1951;
    • Crew of "The Grub-Stake" pose with Nell Shipman on the studio set at Minnehaha Park in Spokane, Washington. Standing left to right are electrician Dick Playter, script girl Marge Greenfield, second cameraman Bobby Newhard, first cameraman Joseph...
    • Field Trip Book 02

    • Travel; Roads; Camping; Fishing;
    • Edward Rhodenbaugh's daily, sometimes hourly, account of activities during the summer break of 1924. As a teacher at Gooding College, Edward had the summer off. He spent his time traveling throughout Idaho and Easter Oregon, including Craters of...
    • Mining correspondence

    • Mining; Industry; Chemicals; Environmental policy; Correspondence;
    • Cecil Andrus correspondence and documents concerning chemicals used in mining. U.S. Department of Agriculture- Forest Service Road Use Permit.
    • Coeur d'Alene leaders

    • Coeur d’Alene Indians; Pressure groups
    • Noel Campbell of Plummer, Bob Dellwo of Spokane and Bernard La Sarte of Plummer meet with Senator Jordan in Washington as the Indian Tribal Leaders.
    • "Homosexual activists disrupt service"

    • Gay rights; Gays; Activists; Political issues; Political parades & rallies; Protest movements; Religion & politics; Religious facilities; Religious services;
    • Gay activists in Colorado Springs, Colorado interrupt a church service in protest of a church member leading a group that opposes homosexual rights. The gay rights activists yelled slogans and pelted the congregation with condoms.

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